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Why did Delhi Police get direction Ravi’s remand? What was special about Rahul’s visit in Wayanad? What changed in the health insurance policy on Corona? This morning we have brought such special news for you. So let’s start the morning news brief ..
First of all let’s see the condition of the market ..
Today these events will be monitored ..
Global Webinar of Farmers
A clash broke out between the BJP worker and the farmers on Sunday in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. Rashtriya Lok Dal Vice President Jayant Chaudhary has shared pictures of the incident. He said that many farmers have suffered injuries. Here, the police has made another arrest in connection with the violence on the Red Fort during the tractor parade on 26 January. Police on Monday arrested Jaspreet Singh of Delhi. He is accused of climbing the dome of the Red Fort during the violence. During this time he had lifted the steel rod. Here, farmers’ organizations will conduct a global live webinar on 26 February regarding agricultural laws. It will be from 9 am to 2 pm on Friday. It will include farmer leaders from all over the world. In the webinar, the subject of all three agricultural laws will affect the farmers.
Modi reached Bengal for the third time in a month
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached West Bengal on Monday for the third time in the month. In Hooghly, he said that now West Bengal has made up its mind for poribartan (change). Taunting the TMC, he said that the talk of mother, mother and man, has become a wall in front of the development of Bengal. There is a lot of politics behind ignoring the pride of Bengal. This politics emphasizes appeasement instead of patriotism rather than vote bank, development of all. In Bengal, the mother prohibits the worship of Durga. The people of Bengal will not forgive those who insult culture for vote bank politics.
Modi’s estimate on election dates
Assembly elections are due in five states of the country. Election dates can be announced anytime. But, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who reached Assam on Monday, said that the dates of assembly elections could be announced in the first week of March. However, till now the Election Commission has been announcing the election dates. In such a situation, Modi’s guess gave rise to political discussions. Modi said that the last time the election was announced, it was probably announced on 4 March. This time also I see the possibility that elections will be announced in the first week of March. This is the work of the Election Commission, he will do it.
Stock market continues to fall drastically
Investors fiercely sold shares on Monday because of Corona’s increasing cases. The stock market closed for the fifth consecutive day. The BSE Sensex closed down 1,145 points at 49,744.32. The morning index also touched the day’s highest level of 50,986.03. The market cap of listed companies has come down by Rs 4.1 lakh crore to Rs 199.88 lakh crore due to an all-round decline, from Rs 203.98 lakh crore on Friday. Domestic market shares fell sharply. These include Reliance Industries, TCS, Infosys, HCL Tech, including SBI. The Nifty index also closed down 306 points at 14,675.70.
One day police remand to Disha
In the Kisan Andolan Toolkit case, Climate Activist Disha Ravi has been sent by the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Delhi for one day police remand. However, the police sought a 5-day remand from the court. Disha remand was extended by 3 days on Friday, which was being completed today. In this case, co-accused Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk are being questioned in a cyber cell. Police wants Disha, Shantanu and Nikita face to face to be questioned. The reason for this was told by the police that Disha had put all the charges in the case on Shantanu and Nikita.
Congress government falls in Puducherry
The Congress-led government fell in the Union Territory of Puducherry. Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy could not prove his majority on Monday and walked out of the House along with his MLAs. Shortly afterwards he reached Raj Bhavan and submitted his resignation to the Lieutenant Governor (LG). In early 2020, Congress was in power in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Punjab, Puducherry and Maharashtra. Madhya Pradesh first came out of its hands last year, when Jyotiraditya Scindia’s pro-legislators rebelled against Kamal Nath. Kamal Nath had to resign in March 2020. Now the Congress has received another blow in Puducherry.
Rahul Gandhi discussed with girls
Rahul Gandhi reached his parliamentary constituency Wayanad on a two-day tour on Monday. Here he participated in some events including tractor rally. Taking a dig at the Prime Minister, the former Congress President said – When Narendra Modi became Prime Minister, he made fun of MNREGA, but during the Kovid this MNREGA was used to increase the income of the poor. In Malappuram, he interacted with 2 girls. Rahul said, ‘They are the future of the country. One child wants to become a doctor and the other wants to go to the police. The girl said that she wants to protect the weak and poor, so she will become a policeman. She did not say that she wants to take away the rights of the poor.
Why privatization of banks?
The government announced the privatization of two public sector (PSU) banks in this budget. Within 15 days, four banks came up with names that could be privatized. After all, why does the government want to privatize banks? How is the health of the banks that have to be privatized? Why are the prices of shares of banks which have been shortlisted for privatization increasing? What will be the impact of privatization on the employees and customers of these banks? Let’s understand ..
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Digital Village of Gujarat
In today’s positive story, we are talking about the village Nada in Vadodara district of Gujarat. This village has become digital till date. All types of modern facilities have been provided here. The village which once used to be a target of smugglers and thieves, today there are CCTV cameras installed everywhere. It has better water, road and drainage facilities. Water comes from the tap in every house. The village also has a milk dairy. This does not make the people of the village go out for milk. Also, many people are getting employment from it. How did this change come, let’s know ..
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Inhumanity in the name of examination
In Osmanabad, Maharashtra, a woman was forced to put her hands in boiling oil to prove her purity. The woman, living in Paranda, Osmanabad, was missing from home for 4 days. When she came back, her husband only put a hand in the boiling oil and asked for a coin of 5 rupees. Not only this, the husband made a video of the whole incident from his mobile phone. The woman is from the Pardhi community. In this community, there has been a practice of extracting coins from boiling oil in the name of God to call the truth.
Ramdev’s coronil again in controversies
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has slammed Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan for supporting Patanjali’s corona vaccine coronil. The IMA said on Monday that according to the rules of the Medical Council of India (MCI), no doctor can promote any drug. Harshvardhan himself is a doctor, so he has acted against the rules. The World Health Organization (WHO) has also rejected Patanjali’s claims about coronil drug.
Corona will get a mediclaim
Insurance Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has given great convenience to customers taking health insurance policy. IRDAI has said that general insurance companies should not delay in settling claims of Kovid-19. Even if hospitals are not following standard rates, policyholders should get full payments. The biggest concern of policyholders during the Corona epidemic has been the insufficient payment of the bills of hospitalization of insurance companies. Insurance companies also say that hospitals are charging arbitrary charges. However, insurance companies will be able to charge an increased premium for this.
Varavara Rao gets bail in Bhima Koregaon case
In the Bhima Koregaon violence case, the Bombay High Court awarded the poet-activist Varvara Rao (81). Rao has been granted bail due to his ill health. At the same time, the court has laid down that Rao will have to remain in the jurisdiction of Mumbai NIA for the next 6 months and will be available to be called for investigation. The court has asked him to fill a personal bond of Rs 50,000. Rao was arrested for the first time in August 2018 in the Bhima Koregaon violence case. Varavar was in judicial custody at Taloja Jail in Navi Mumbai. A few days ago, he was admitted to the Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai after his health deteriorated. After this, a bail petition was filed on his behalf at the medical ground.
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